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9. Intensive Instructional Support - Students who are not performing at grade level will be enrolled in intensive reading and/or math
             classes. Principals may substitute an intensive class for any course on a student’s schedule. However, exploratory, enrichment, and
             elective classes will be given first consideration for schedule changes for academic support classes.


              10. STUDENT PROMOTION Middle grades students must earn a cumulative year-to-date 2.0 GPA on a 4.0 scale to be promoted. All
              courses taken in a school year, including courses taken for high school credit, shall be included in the calculation of the cumulative
              year-to-date GPA. A student who fails a core academic course that awards high school credit shall be promoted if they have a
              cumulative year-to-date GPA of 2.0 or greater. Students who do not have a GPA greater than 2.0 shall be retained. Students who have
              met all promotion criteria shall be promoted, not assigned, or retained. Supplemental and intensive instructional support can be
              provided at the next grade level to students who did not perform up to their potential or expectations.


                                                               ADMISSIONS AND TRANSFERS
             Admissions
             1. Any child who has been promoted or assigned to grades 6, 7, or 8 will be admitted to middle school.
             2. Upon initial enrollment or transfer from one attendance zone to another in Seminole County Public Schools, proof of residence must be
             presented. All addresses are subject to verification by the School Board. The following documents shall be required:
                    a. Owned Residence - A copy of the recorded deed or agreement for the deed and a certified copy of declaration of homestead
                    exemption. If these documents are unavailable, schools may accept TWO of the following documents: utility bill, auto registration,
                    driver’s license, or voter registration as proof that the parent(s) own and live at the residence.
                    b. Rented or Leased Residence - A copy of the lease, rental agreement, or a letter from the landlord.
                    c. divorced parents: a certified copy of the final judgment of divorce, court custody order, a court guardianship order, or other such
                    documents establishing the right of custody.
                    d. Separated Parents - Notarized statement that the child actually lives in the home of the parent designated in the child’s school
                    records as the residential parent.
                    e. Students Not Residing with Parents - Submit form 893 and a letter stating why student is living with the residential adult.


             First Time Enrollment to a State of Florida School
             Before admitting a student to Florida schools for the first time, the school must have received several documents required by Florida
             Statutes as outlined below:
                    a. A certificate showing a school-entry health examination performed within one year prior to enrollment.
                    b. A valid HRS 680 Florida Certificate of Immunization (kindergarten through grade 12).

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